China rejects Indian narrative by declaring Kashmir disputed area: Firdous Awan
ISLAMABAD: Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan on Friday said China had rejected Indian narrative by declaring Kashmir a disputed area.
In a tweet on Friday, she said stance of a permanent member State of the UN Security Council was manifestation of solidarity with the people of Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir and it depicted great friendship of Iron Brothers.
Special Assistant Dr Firdous thanked the Chinese leadership and public for strong support to the oppressed people of the occupied Kashmir.
On Oct 5, Senator Warren had said that “the rights of the Kashmiri people must be respected”. While, earlier Sanders had said that India’s Aug 5 action to repeal Kashmir’s special status was “unacceptable”.
He had also urged the Trump government to “speak out boldly” and support “a UN-backed peaceful resolution that respects the will of the Kashmiri people”.
On Oct 6, a delegation of US Senators, visiting Azad Jammu & Kashmir and Pakistan, has pledged to initiate a comprehensive debate in the US senate on the prevailing grim situation in Indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir.
The delegation, led by Senator Chris Hollen and Senator Maggie Hassan, at a meeting with AJK President Sardar Masood Khan in Muzaffarbad, assured to apprise the US senate on the latest situation in Indian occupied Kashmir.
The Senators said they would highlight at the Senate that the situation in the occupied Kashmir directly concerned to the right of self-determination of Kashmiri people.
On Sept 28, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi had raised Kashmir issue in the UN General Assembly.
He had said Kashmir issue was a dispute left from history, and should be properly and peacefully resolved based on the UN Charter, relevant to the UN Security Council resolutions and bilateral agreements.